Tag Archives: National Register of Historic Places

Obligatory Divine Lorraine Post

If you live in Philly, you know the Divine Lorraine.  It’s that amazing architectural relic at the intersection on Broad and Fairmount that has, sadly enough,  been in a steady state of disrepair since the early 2000’s. This is the … Continue reading

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Proctor’s Theater- Troy, NY

Proctor’s Marquee- Troy, N.Y. 11.20.10 ©sbethy So exciting- the first post submitted by a reader!  That’s right, I have readers!  So for all you Capital District readers, this isn’t the Proctor’s in Schenectady, that one is alive and well.  Here … Continue reading

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New York Smallpox Hospital- aka ‘Renwick Ruin’

Ok, now this is my favorite kind of site. Maybe because it’s spooky or maybe because it’s in NYC all I can say is that in general, I love architectural ruins. I traveled up and down the FDR along the East River … Continue reading

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